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has paid much attention. but unless nothing is done before january 1st, we are going to see taxes rise on most people because that's the end of the payroll tax cut that president obama and congress agreed to. that also means that the end of the bush tax cuts, not only for people over $250,000 of income, but also everybody else who were to some extent, their taxes were also reduced by the bush tax cut. the alternative minimum tax, that also would kick in. there's no alternative to the alternative minimum tax on the table. so you have the typical family after january 1st seeing a tax hike in the range of $1500 to $3500 for the year 2013. now, i expect congress is going to do something, if it doesn't act before january 1st, it's probably going to act sometime in january and then make what they do retroactive to january 1st. >> all right. looking at the long-term and the short-term. we're going to know what those jobs numbers are tomorrow. great to see you, as always. thank you. >> thanks, thomas. >> so just to point out again, we are awaiting for live remarks from the president as he dise
with the increase taxes that we would see, do you reversed. as well as the deep defense cuts, which is something that would really impact the area dramatically. george mason and stephen fuller, one of the preeminent economists in our area said the defense cuts could cause a recession in virginia and almost double the unemployment numbers. bridget has been several -- rigid has been scary -- very successful in having a low unemployment rate. jobs is the number one priority. that is why we are very courageous that the numbers of supporters in for mitt romney this year. >> does your canada have to win the county to win virginia? guest: i don't know we have to, i expect we will. it was only a narrow margin that president obama won loudoun, the last time and it really was an aberration. virginia republicans have been winning loudoun county in 2009 when governor bob mcdonnell won this area, and then in 2010, of course our congressman frank wolfe, he is extremely popularhe is of course on the ticket this year. he always wins resoundingly. in 2011, we swept all of the state and local seats here in this y
to taxing gun owners for health care costs. >> the president's david axelrod betting his own mustache on a win in minnesota. he might not want to see the polls. ♪ [ female announcer ] introducing u the latest coffee machine from nespresso. modular. intuitive. combines espresso and fresh milk. the new u. nespresso. what else? available at these fine retailers. can you help me with something? nope! good talk. [ male announcer ] or free windows training when you buy a computer at staples. anotheway staples makes it easier to upgrade. i honestly loved smoking, and i honestly didn't think i would ever quit. [ male announcer ] along with support, chantix is proven to help people quit smoking. it reduces the urge to smoke. it put me at ease that you could smoke on the first week. [ male announcer ] some people had changes in behavior, thinking or mood, hostility, agitation, depressed mood and suicidal thoughts or actions while taking or after stopping chantix. if you notice any of these stop taking chantix and call your doctor right away. tell your doctor about any history of depression or
. and when he had his tax releases released, that showed that he was more generous than any of the other candidates, then obama himself. host: wanda, thank you. anyone else who wants to watch mitt romney, you can see him tonight on c-span. we will be airing his appearance and the romney-ryan tour in west chester, ohio at 7:30. you can catch up with about on c-span and c-span radio. i should note that obama will be holding a campaign rally in hillard, ohio at 10:20 this morning. a contest that on c-span and c- span radio. the paper today focusing on those swing states as we know -- the tribune -- the washington bureau notes that florida is a renewed focus in this election, at this point with polls now a dead heat. romney campaigned in florida, returned wednesday for rallies and tampa, miami and jacksonville. he is expected over the weekend to go back. for obama, victory in florida is a prize. for romney, it is a necessity. debates about whether romney can carry ohio or other midwestern battleground states become moot without a win here, experts say. the "new york times" focuses on pennsyl
everybody talks about. you know, the debt, the taxes, how are we going to handle revenues versus costs. the second one, the regulatory wall no one's talking about. the wall that's going to hit with ozone pushed back to 2013, when american has a chance the right now to have this be the american century, this gas and oil break through with fracking and everything has a chance to change the world and we have a chance to be the most competitive country in the world with low cost energy across all businesses, with a great chemical industry, coming back. but that all depends on how we handle regulation. and this administration, more important to our future, lisa jackson, hilda solis, steven chu, regulating-- >> and you say it's going to be regulated to death and put a crimp on everything we do. >> this is the most important election of my life. >> neil: of your entire life? >> my whole life. >> neil: even the lincoln one? >> i knew you were going there, go to my softer underbelly. but neil, we have a chance to turn america totally around. >> neil: what would happen if barack obama won, jack?
it without massive tax increases. in a way that helped the people of the state create more jobs. he did it with overwhelmingly in a state where democrats controlled the legislature. he brought people together. he can do exactly what the president promised he would do four years ago and has failed to do on the economy and bringing people together. mitt romney can do it. he's done it in the private sector and as a chief executive at the state level. he can do it for america. and i think in wisconsin, iowa, ohio, we respect that and we want that from our leader. >> and one last quick one. i'm not going to ask you about ohio. everybody does and i'm not. i want to though about iowa. rasmussen likely voters today. romney 49, obama 48. i don't think the republicans have carried iowa since 1492. can you actually win in iowa? this could be huge. >> i think so. i just -- on a person a note, i was born in colorado springs, i lived in iowa until i was in third grade and spent the rest of my life in the great state of wisconsin. i lived in now 00 third of all the battleground states in america. and
of the uncertainty. tax policy, if you talk to any tax expert, really what you need are not temporary tax cuts, because no investor, no businessperson makes decisions based on the next few months, but you need a permanency and certainty. >> we will have certainty no matter what, though, right? when we get through the election, hopefully we have an answer to the fiscal cliff no matter what happens. >> i've actually full confidence if mitt romney gets elected and what i can't understand is anybody who thinks that the president, who said no to bowles-simpson, did nothing vis-a-vis the fiscal cliff, asked for a clean bill attached to the debt ceiling, how anybody thinks he can show some leadership and get that done when he's had four years to do it, i don't understand the logic. >> and he was the man that actually authorized and pushes bowles-simpson and then did nothing with it. >> you don't see romney embracing bowles-simpson at the moment either? >> i don't think he's embracing that but i think something similar to bowles-simpson. >> we'll talk more about this. julian and emil will be with us f
this as their friends and encourage them and support them, and by the way, we can't tax them to death. i was with a business person in st. louis, four employees in the electronics business. he said that he and his son calculated how much money they send to the government every year out of their business and he put down how much for the federal income tax and the federal payroll tax and the state income tax and real estate tax and gasoline tax. and it was over half of what they made. and he said, think about this. you start a business, your chance of success is not even as good as 50-50. most small businesses won't make it so it's a risky thing to do. then if you're successful the government wants more than half of what you make and so a lot of people decide not to build businesses. today we are at the lowest level of new business start ups in 30 years. i want to change this dynamic and make business recognize they have a friend in washington, not a foe. and i believe if we do that, we do those five things and get those five done we are going to create 12 million new jobs and more take ho
at the time. first of all we're lots of small tax cuts that were essential to those families. secondly, we kept police on the street, kept or teachers to me laid off in our classrooms from blowing up in size. and firefighters. so certainly we had to do something. the thing that i am really confused about, that's bad but there do the right thing on the taxes apparently. but now some of the economy is starting to be fine for millionaires and billionaires. i'm doing the wrong thing by asking them to pay their share. and get we need to balance the budget but where is the money going to come from? none of it adds up. >> moderator: urso, your reaction. rozum: i think would be immoral to repeal the affordable good activist. there's too many good parts i think we move forward. repealing that wouldn't get us where we need to go which is medicare for all systems which make it much easier for employers to hire workers and provide health care for them because they would be paying a simple medical payroll tax. it hasn't proven to be true because there should be increased by from medical devices under t
an executive order to waive the tax and registration requirements on fuel tankers. susan canne candioti. it's incredible when we hear the stories now. you have lines stretching for miles at some of these stations. you have some folks that have just absolutely have h it, and now there's a story about a driver in new york arrested after allegedly pulling out a gun on another driver. tell us what happened. >> reporter: suzanne, it's remarkable. that's right. that happened in queens, new york. police arrested a man who allegedly cut line in the gas line and pulled a gun on a customer who challenged him about cutting into the line. that's when police moved in and arrested this guy. you have to imagine there are occasional dust-ups that we have seen, short tempers in these very long lines. both yesterday and today. people get frustrated, but overall, i have noticed the people that we have seen anyway being remarkably cool. we're talking about people who are stuck in their car for four hours at a time. sometimes the lines going back two miles. we just arrived on the scene of another location. a ga
've suggested they're open to it, is some sort of extension not to the payroll tax cut, but something like that. and, actually, just from the economics -- >> which is the only thing that republicans liked over the sum from the american jobs act. >> that's a good point. that's a correct point, thomas. and, look, as an economist, and i've heard economists of all strikes agree with what i'm about to say. that's actually 120 billion of stimulus. to take that out of the 2013 economy in my view would not be positive for growth. >> my big thanks to our mega power panel for the day. jared bernstein, susan, dana, a big thanks to all of you. >> thank you. >>> starting this weekend, take a peek at this. it's in the process, we turn rockefeller plaza into democracy plaza. it's interactive. we have lots of historic information down there. come down with your kids. i'll be broadcasting live from there on monday. did you know that? no. you see, you learn something every day on this show. msnbc colleagues will be out there every day broadcasting live, so we ask you to come down. >> this is a movie set. we've b
they pay in tax, i've got a number. 24.2 billion dollars in a quarter. so what's the stock doing? >> the stock is to the down side, down nearly 1%. and the issue with dow component exxon is the output, output for exxon has fallingen to a three-year low. despite the fact that you have some earnings that beat the big picture here is the concern about output for exxon and that's why you're seeing the down arrow here. >> and the next time that they beat up on the oil companies because they're not paying their fair share, tell them. 24.2 billion dollars in taxes in one quarter, how about that. >> that's right. >> and 24.2, got the number. thanks very much, nicole, the dow is up in the first couple of minutes, 35 points. and let me get a gas prices, they're still falling. the national average for a gallon of regular now coming in at 3.50, down another penny and a half overnight and down about 35 cents from the high and diesel is back to 4.04 a gallon. the trend, we're seeing the average price for gas coming down 27 cents, nationwide down in the past month. not a bad drop. five days ago
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50% to your tax bill, that's about what you'd be looking at. >> again, michelle doesn't say what she's for. she says what she's against. >> steve: congresswoman bachman is seeking her fourth term in the house of representatives. >> gretchen: everyone knows his name. ♪ -- lollipop. >> how does the song end? >> i don't know. it keeps going 'til one of us drops. ♪ . >> gretchen: sad news this morning, george went has been hospitalized after having chest pains. norm was supposed to play oscar madison in a chicago production of "the odd couple," but dropped out, but is expected to make a full recovery. >> eric: can you imagine the border patrol agent's reaction when they came across this? two would be smugglers attempt to go get into arizona in a road block, their jeep propped up on a makeshift ramp on this fence. it didn't get far u about the suspects did. they quickly escaped back into mexico. >> steve: she was just trying to save the ducks. instead a pennsylvania woman nearly drowned drowned and got . she was reportedly drunk and decided to jump into a raging creek to help rescue s
. the point is to not tax the city in any way. so we'll be going to a whole bus model of private transportation. even though the mayor's office is trying to get transportation back for the city, there's no reason to tax that system. we'll to private busses and that sort of thing. >> you'll go to private security? >> the city really has significant resources. >> significant resources that are kind of busy right now. >> again, you know, the decision of the city that they wanted to go forward with this is theirs and takes into account their resources, and what they think is best for the city, our job is to prepare and deliver the best event we can that brings the city together and helps it move forward. >> the central question is, can the city under such stress have fun? >> i think the central question is actually how do we continue to further the recovery and restore ration, honor those hard hit and begin to help the city rebuild and how best to do that, and the determination was, you know, this weekend, whether it's other sports beginning to continue on saturday or significantly t
voted early because he's a poll clerk and can't vote on election day. his big issues, the economy, taxes and education and this is mitt romney voter deeni smith who gave us a picture of her granddaughter. she said she voted early because she wanted to avoid the long lines. her number one issue, the economy. >> i got to tell you, i love these. send us your votergraph and be a part of our show. we love having you. >> faith, family and the presidential election, both campaigns try to get religion in one of the final battleground states. we will have a live report from the ground coming up next. you're watching "early start." you see us, at the start of the day. on the company phone list that's a few names longer. you see us bank on busier highways. on once empty fields. everyday you see all the ways all of us at us bank are helping grow our economy. lending more so companies and communities can expand, grow stronger and get back to work. everyday you see all of us serving you, around the country, around the corner. us bank. who have used androgel 1%, there's big news. presenting androgel 1.
he even opposes a clean energy tax credit for wind. obama, i think, is just misreading the polls entirely. the latest polling shows that -- i think ken is right. when global warming becomes local that the public becomes concerned about it. that's why the polls in the last two years have shown the public is increasingly concerned and this is particularly true of independent voters also. they are very concerned about their local pollution but also the extreme weather that they've been seeing. who could miss $14 billion extreme weather disasters in this country last year and over $7 this year. everyone sees the weather is going crazy and it's affecting them. it's not going to be affecting distant people in a distant land a distant time from now. it's happening here and now. >> suarez: joseph romm, kenneth green, gentlemen, thank you both. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> suarez: we've rounded up all of our reporting on these issues on our "coping with climate change" page on our web site. take a look. >> ifill: and we turn to the final days of the presidential contest. among the key s
about earnings risk? what about election risk? what about tax hikes, fiscal cliff risk. what do you do here? we're in november. we don't have much time. how do you play this? >> with election risk, which i think is big. that's going to be a certainty a week from today. and i'm not ready to call the gop and conservatives a win. i think it's getting close. and if it does, remember that banks might be a nice play because there will be less sabre rattling. they won't be using political football as much. i like the home builder as well. i like the stock market. i think things are going to be solved sooner than later. >> final word, mr. la camp. >> well, i agree. if the republicans win, if mitt romney wins, there's going to be some optimism, enthusiasm, maybe a quicker fix to the fiscal cliff, and we have a rally that could last through january. but then we've got longer term problems that he can't fix overnight, and then the market is going to run into some new headwinds. >> thank you to the two jims. >>> coming up, this storm could have a huge impact on the presidential election. you might
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matter for lots of things, including fiscal -- the fiscal cliff and also attitudes to many aspects of tax licy environment, energy and the like. so the world's a risky place and this is a time of heightened uncertainty. now we talk to clients, we do surveys and our own analysts and they say the material drag on demand looking forward already this year. we think that's why we're a little bit below trend in overall demand growth. and the reality is, any way you slice it there will be some fiscal consolidation in the first half of next year. >> i think it is critical that you get business back on-board. one of the interesting things has been the consumer seems to be holding in there the retail sales numbers have been a lit better, consumer sentiment numbers have been a little better. business equipment and spending numbers haven't. if you can get both those cylinders firing, you could start inching away at the unemployment rate. >> vince, is your baseline hypothesis that something gets done either right before the close of the year or right after the start of the year, no matter who wins, to
million. >> so let me ask you this. if he'd released his tax returns, would we have needed investigative reporting? >> yeah, you would. because he's hiding it very well. he's taken the money, he earned the 15 to $115 million and moved it, the in-koorcorporation of d moved it from troy, michigan to the isle of jersey. a notorious tax haven. >> the isle of jersey is not new jersey. >> leave the boss out of it. exactly. so yeah, they moved all the jobs. and this is the other side of the story which people have not noticed. the vulture and his silent partner, romney, took over the auto parts division of general motors. they moved the 25 plants that they had control of, they moved 24 of those plants to china and asia. every plant. they didn't save those plants. it wasn't like this was gm. he actually got rid of the employees, moved the jobs to china and moved his money to iraq off the coaa rock off the coast of france. >> if i'm reading the nation cover story or i managed to pick up greg's book,a rock off the ct of france. >> if i'm reading the nation cover story or i managed to pick up greg'
is another. and in terms of our tax structure it needs to be more progressive than it is now, and i think we really need a leader who is going to address those changes and work on rebuilding the very systems that make america america. >> the honeymoon. >> that's something on your mind. >> yeah. it was really great. these wedding things are hard. planning. >> can i see a picture, though. >> yeah. let's see. >> you guys are a great looking couple. >> look at that. that is us from our wedding day. the honeymoon is great. we went to brazil, and we went hang glided and spent a lot of time biking and going on the beach, and we hiked sugarloaf mountain. it was great. and really nice to go away. and i have to be honest, the first two days it rained while we were there, so we were all caught up on down abbey. >> i can't remember the last time i was around the dinner table. last movie i saw was "argo." i love clint eastwood. but i really liked "trouble with the curve." a hell of a movie. great. >> when do you have time to see a movie? >> i'm working on a book too. i keep working. what else is there? >
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to the cleanup. fastest rates hit $340 million in tourism and tax revenue for the city but with travel delays, flight canceled, traveling from 35 countries all 50 states, is that going to happen? requiring hundreds of police officers would be dealing with downed traffic lights, power outages and operations the five boroughs. they will not run or watch a marathon this year. we're waiting to hear from waco bloomberg heavily criticized by many local papers in particular including the cover of "the new york post" which basically said it was with regards to mayor bloomberg should not be running this maze. it is immoral and wrong. >> what we're seeing is people like this gentleman here with their own canisters to get fuel. and we are seeing people parking their cars and a shoulder to get out and come in to get gas. you have two canisters, tell us about your situation. >> i have no electricity. no electric, don't have the power or nothing. just to get two cans of gas. dennis: thi>> so this is for yor generator? >> yes. we have two kids, one in three years old, one is one years old. >> so you had two
to deal with spending first. tax cuts could go retroactive. but spending cuts go into effect january 1st. they have to get on this. we're only dealing with 1.9% of gdp. right now they are in a recessionary environment. they need to get on that. tracy:. thank you steve. ashley: northeast is consumed with the northeast but the candidates are campaigning hard for those eight states up for grabs. net romney wasn't wisconsin but obama was an ohio early voting well under way including florida as candidates tried to close the deal. will the jobs report affect their vote? terry will list is with us. is this report each enough for someone who was undecided? >> i don't think so. 23 million still unemployed and underemployed. mitt romney can say the unemployment rate has gone higher. here is my take away. we have been down so long it looks like up. it is not good. if we grow every month adding 170,000 jobs it would take almost 10 years. people don't have that time. ashley: lakisha underemployment rate those who would want to work full time so 14.6%. >> with the northeast sandy affected 20 states ha
. that is not what is happening here. these policies do not work. you cannot tax and economy into prosperity. simply, you cannot. that is what he has been trying to do. if he gets reelected, i suspect we will have a couple more years of really tough times. connell: thank you so much, art. thank you very much for coming on. we appreciate it. i just want to remind everyone a little bit about our own election coverage. election night begins with a special addition of varney & company. bernie and company 5:00 p.m. eastern time. dagen: the president will make a statement at 12:45 p.m. a little less than an hour from now. governor romney has canceled all events for tonight and tomorrow. all stock trading is holding. the chicago cma stayed open for business. connell: sandra smith is there. that is today's trade today. sandra: hi. i want to give you this particular view of the trading floor. typically you would see a very busy s&p 500 futures trading pit. midmorning today, the cme did make an announcement the equity futures would be closed all day. if you turn around, you will see the euro dollar futures pi
with apparently americans for tax reform, that tried to politicize the storm. so the outside groups and the outside money, you're going to see an uptick in dirty tricks in part because it is dirty money that is flowing through the election system. the candidates may try to stay out of the fray, but the outside groups will be more than willing to take off the gloves and fight hard because this is a war of attrition now, this fight is so close that it comes down to every vote. it is a game of inches. >> with the close fight, it has been days since we have looked at polls. so in the name of getting our bearings here, we have a poll today, a three-swing state, this is in new york times, cbs news an quinnipiac poll. florida, 48-47 for obama. ohio, 50-45 for obama. and finally virginia, 49-47 for obama. these three states very, very close. looking at the numbers, what do they tell you? >> reporter: they tell me, brooke, they're fascinating, in particular florida and virginia. these are the big three swing states. that's what we have been going through on the battleground bus tour. florida
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